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Star Watch

Venus, Mars, and Saturn trio to play twilight skies

By Alan M. MacRobert
Globe Correspondent / August 7, 2010

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Sunsets arouse in me vague feelings of pseudo-memory, mystical revelation, and adventurous expectancy, which nothing else can even begin to conjure up. They always seem to me to be about to unveil supernal vistas of other (yet half-familiar) worlds and dimensions. . . . Any sort of scene bathed in this unearthly splendour — with tinges of crimson and long, ... (Full article: 739 words)

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